The Intercept reports on discrepancies between the mission and actions of the organization — which has since returned a 2012 donation.
Jobs. Wages. Taxes. Trade. Worker's rights. You name it, the president lied about it in this week's State of the Union address.
This holiday season, let us demand a world where the e-commerce giant cannot mistreat employees and damage our environment.
The Protecting the Right to Organize Act would eliminate right-to-work laws.
"Workers are breaking bones, being knocked unconscious, and being taken away in ambulances."
In the crowded field, just two candidates have far-reaching proposals to give workers something even more important than a higher minimum wage.
Churning out cheap rainbow swag during Pride Month is about marketing, not supporting LGBTQ+ people.
Ordinary workers now have to work centuries—or even millennia—to make what their CEOs make in a year.
The senator and presidential candidate also went to bat for a proposal that hourly workers be allowed to join the company’s board of directors.
They get paid less, have fewer benefits and no recourse when things go wrong.
Corporate bosses are privately gushing about implementing a transformative “AI agenda” across our economy.
As global inequality soars, workers demonstrate in cities across the globe to express their discontent and celebrate labor rights.
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